With great thanks to Elliot Summers who created this awesomeness!
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Preprint and Haikubomber join forces in a guerrilla act of kindness delivering take home street poetry left in city openings and public spaces. This guerrilla poetry event will take place around the Melbourne city to St Kilda area on the 17th of November, as part of This is a Door festival 2013.
This is a video of the poets preparing for the event.
Ooo! We’ve just received our This Is A Door Trailer from the awesome James Tresise… Click here to see the video!
As part of the State Library of Victoria’s Carnival of Curiosity in July, 2013, we presented The Focal Point, a story telling game for all ages in which players help trapped echoes of the library deliver lost messages between each other across the decades.
You can watch it here.
We’d like to thank the ever lovely Elliot Summers, who came along and filmed it for us.
During This Is A Door in 2012, film maker James Tresise interviewed Robert and Sayraphim about their work, what Pop Up Playground is doing and why it’s important.
Earlier in the year, James also interviewed Ben McKenzie about games and play
Hey hey hey! We’ve just uploaded our documentary, New Games: Play in the UK. It’s got stacks of interviews and footage of games being played over in the UK… Check it out here
We’re launching this documentary, New Games – Play in the UK, on the Big Screen at Federation Square, on the 29th of January at 7pm. It runs approx. 40 mins.
New Games features interviews with Holly Gramazio from Hide and Seek, Gwyn Morfey from Fire Hazard, Vee Uye and Andrew Crofts from Larkin’ About, Kars Alfrink and Tim Bosje from Hubbub, Grant Howett from Zombie LARP, James Wheale from Slingshot, Rosie Fairchild from Splash and Ripple, Tom Bowtell and Annette Mees from Coney, Matt Johnson from Haberdashery Collective, Matthew Robbins and Viviane Schwarz.
It’s a free event, so come down to Fed Square and grab a front row deck chair for the screening!